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ME F311



An electric heater generates 1 kW heat is inserted between two slabs of same

cross sectional area 150 mm 150 mm. Slab A is 20 mm thick (k = 50 W/m.K) and
slab B is 10 mm thick (k = 0.2 W/m.K). The outside heat transfer coefficients on
side A and side B are 200 W/m2.K and 50 W/m2.K, respectively. The temperature
of the surrounding air is 250C. Estimate (i) the maximum temperature in the
system (ii) the outside surface temperatures of the two slabs. Assume onedimensional steady heat conduction and uniform temperature distribution in a

Answer: i) 247.81 0C
ii) 231.3 0C and 88.66 0C

You have to solve following problems of 6th edition of Heat and Mass Transfer Book by

Q. 3.5 (Ans: 14.13 W/m2) (Neglect radiative heat transfer)

Q. 3.7 (a) (Ans: 0.55) (Neglect radiative heat transfer)

(b) (Ans: 22.10C Clam, 10.80C Windy) (Neglect radiative heat transfer)
(c ) (Ans: -56.30C) (Neglect radiative heat transfer)

Q. 3.8 (a) (Ans: q = 29.41 W) (Neglect radiative heat transfer)

Q. 3.9 (Ans: KB = 1.532 W/m.K) (Neglect radiative heat transfer)

Q. 3.40 (Ans: tins = 214 mm, q = 420 W/m)

Q. 3.44 (Ans: RrAd = 0.30 mK/W, Rcv,rod = 0.80 mK/W, Rcv,CER = 0.40 mK/W, Rcd,CER = 0.10
mK/W, TS,rod = 2390C)
Q. 3.73 (Ans: qB = 4 106 W/m3)
Q. 3.86 (Solved in Class)
Q. 3.132 (Solved in Class)
Q. 3.140 (Solved in Class)

Q. A bar of square cross section connects two metallic structures. One structure
is maintained at 2000C and other is maintained at 500C. The bar, 20 mm 20 mm,
is 100 mm long and is made of mild steel (k = 0.06 kW/mK). The surroundings are
at 200C and the heat transfer coefficient between the bar and the surroundings is
0.01 kW/m2.K. Derive an equation for the temperature distribution along the bar
and hence calculate the total heat flow rate from the bar to the surroundings.

Answer: 1) = -58.22 e5.77x + 238.22 e-5.77x

2) Heat flow rate = 8.2 W